Data Driven

Digitized R & D

Our Philosophy

Natura World has always cared about the environment. We make constant efforts to promote the recycling, recovery, and reuse of materials, as well as the minimization of waste generation. We have invited groups of students to visit our lab and organized practical lessons to demonstrate the importance of nature’s evolution for every life on this planet.

Our Vision

To immensely unlock the potential of nature & improve the quality of life on this planet.

Our Mission

Improved rural livelihoods and sustainable food systems in the global Asia. Natura World aims to impart a technical education to farmers through our products.

Let’s start at the beginning…

Our First Government Funded Project completed in the year of 2004 awarded us a global patent..

Now we posess over 5 global patents and 17 projects completed world wide in collaboration with governments and some of the top 10 pharma companies of the world!

The first office we opened is based in Indore, Madhya Pradesh India

Our 2nd Office is in Pune with 3 plants spread across the West India.

We have achieved ground breaking achievements in molecular biology and nano technology science.

Now with our R&D team we are very close to bringing forth natural huaman and animal nutrition for sustaintability and longevity. 

We’re proud to say that we have over 100 clients worldwide

And Have Served over a 1000 clients in India alone, in the year of 2019.

phd  – biotechnology

Dr. Neetu Vyas

Award Winning Global Scientifical Enabler with specializations in Nano Bio-tech Science and Nutrition. Dr. Neetu Vyas Has Been working closely with the Scientists and Global clients to understand their experimental challenges and provide them with plausible scientifical analysis and result driven solutions. 

Dr Neetu Vyas attained her Ph.D in biotechnology from Dayalbagh Educational Institute (A Deemed University) in Agra, India. With over 17 years of in-depth experience in Govt Sectors (India Council of Agriculture Research) her core competencies are to Ideate, Re-Create & Disrupt the standard practices in modern sciences.

Her experience in her industrial sector has been of many facets. As a Researcher, R S D Expert and Bioscience Advisor for many Multi-National Firms she has brought about technological advancements that have led to global patents and enhancements in the standard methods of applications in her field of work. Some of her publications have been published in National and International Journals of Repute such Springer, and Physics & Nature Scientific Reports just To Name a few.

 

Dr. Vyas has also successfully completed her funding assignment with Department of Science and Technology, University Grand Commission (UGC), Industrial Partnership Programme of CSIR, ,MPACOST and CROPSAP project from ICAR.

She is an active, conscientious, keen observer, inquisitive with immense capacity of analyzing and reviewing the the data and providing real life solutions.  Dr. Vyas’s meticulous and systematic approach in experimentation in microbial fermentation technology encompasses of a broad genre of biomolecules’; development of technological platforms for production of bio-fertilizers and bio-pesticides, production of secondary metabolites and development of novel bio-molecules based formulations.

She lives by the philosophy that “Everything is theoretically impossible, until it is done & that Everything can attain perfection especially in the Scientifical Realm.”

 

 

Fertilizer comes in many forms both all-natural and synthetic. Some fertilizers are chemically based, while others are derived from all-natural ingredients, such as dead leaves and old grass clippings. By offering vital nutrients like nitrogen to the soil, fertilizers help plants thrive despite the threat of disease or sharing their resources with invasive weeds. Organic fertilizers like compost and manure improve the quality of the soil by feeding the microorganisms that dwell within it. Feeding the soil’s microorganisms helps to reduce erosion and keep the soil aerated and hydrated. Cut grass clippings, scattered on the lawn, is another form of fertilizer that provides valuable phosphorus, potassium, and nitrogen.

Instead of chemicals, organic farming uses a lot of organic matter to give crops the nutrients that they need to grow. Clover, for example, has a lot of nitrogen in it and farmers use it to make the soil better. Manure from animals and compost are also used to enrich the soil. These fertilizers also help conserve the soil, not destroy it after a few years.

Organic farmers also use crop rotation to preserve the good qualities of soils and avoid monoculture.

Organic farming creates new living areas for wasps, bugs, beetles and flies by giving them water and food.

Major Benefit of Organic Farming

  • Farmers can reduce their production costs because they do not need to buy expensive chemicals and fertilizers.
  • Healthier farm workers.
  • In the long term , organic farms save energy and protect the environment.
  • It can slow down global warming.
  • Fewer residues in food.
  • More animals and plants can live in the same place in a natural way. This is called biodiversity.
  • Pollution of ground water is stopped.

Despite the many positives of pesticide, they too have their disadvantages. Pesticides have reportedly been linked with deleterious effects on human health and a negative impact on the environment. In nature, pesticides wreak havoc on our ecosystem, polluting the water, air, and the ground itself. Exposure to pesticides could cause exposed plant and animal life to become sick and malformed. Children exposed to pesticides have increased rates of brain cancer and leukemia. Pregnant women exposed to pesticides have higher miscarriage rates.

Chemical pesticides destroy or weaken many of the natural enemies of pests, like birds or frogs. They also can kill those insects that control a great number of pests.

Public Health

There is concern that conventional farming methods are steadily eroding the quality of soil. The soil is never rotated or given a chance to re-incorporate organic matter. As a result, farmers become more reliant on fertilisers and ever-heavier mechanical rotation to provide nutrition. A lack of organic matter also makes the soil more prone to drought. Conventional farming ignores the long-term impact on soil quality and is storing problems for future generations.

It is estimated a third of the world’s global soil is now degraded.

The JRC noted that decreasing productivity can be observed on 20% of the world’s cropland, 16% of forest land, 19% of grassland, and 27% of rangeland.

 

“Industrial agriculture is good at feeding populations but it is not sustainable. It’s like an extractive industry, said Louise Baker, external relations head of the UN body.

Disadvantages to widespread pesticide use are significant. They include domestic animal contaminations and deaths, loss of natural antagonists to pests, pesticide resistance, Honeybee and pollination decline, losses to adjacent crops, fishery and bird losses, and contamination of groundwater.

Despite the many positives of pesticide, they too have their disadvantages. Pesticides have reportedly been linked with deleterious effects on human health and a negative impact on the environment. In nature, pesticides wreak havoc on our ecosystem, polluting the water, air, and the ground itself. Exposure to pesticides could cause exposed plant and animal life to become sick and malformed. Children exposed to pesticides have increased rates of brain cancer and leukemia. Pregnant women exposed to pesticides have higher miscarriage rates.